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brought on paul ryan as his running mate. do you think retrospectively that could actually cost him? >> i think this is more about mitt romney than it is about paul ryan. it's always more about the principal than it is about the vice presidential candidate. that being said, when you talk to trks over the last few years, ever since paul ryan unveiled his medicare plan several years ago, what they've said is we hope we can play even on medicare and this is in congressional races and senate races. the idea is they want to be able to play even on it. no one saying on the republican side we think we can win 70% or 75% based on this. that's usually where politicians want to be. they want to have issues that resonate with 75% of the people, not half the people. so if they're even at that 50% mark which i don't think they are right now, that would be considered a level of victory. it's hard to go into areas with lots of seniors and say i want to change the way medicare is structured. these people have been paying into the system for their entire lives. even if it doesn't affect them. even if it d
, paul ryan, assuming that mitt romney doesn't win, there would be kind of a very interesting contest. see, i'm already talking about the next election. >> you're suggesting that biden might run. >> of course. i think he will. interestingly, though, hillary will be 69, 70 on election day and joe biden will be about 74. >> that's still young these days. >> that's right. >> that's still very young these days. >>> carol burnett is one of the greatest numbers in television. she's 79. she's here this morning to talk about her ground breaking show. she says she feels great and how she made a path for a lot of other funny >>> hello, st. louis. good morning. in 1967, carol burnett became the first woman to host her own tv variety show. it became one of the most honored programs in television history, thank you very much. "the carol burnett show" ran for 11 years here on cbs and won 25 emmys. >> aahhhh! >> scarlett, i love you. that gown is gorgeous. >> thank you. i saw it in the window and i just couldn't resist. >> hello? hello? >> don't press that button -- >> hello? >> am i still the faire
behind it and kind of helped motivate each other. ryan and some other guys printed some t-shirts and some printed stickers off and once we were in iraq we came up with a patch. we couldn't keep enough of them. i had to re-order three times. >> reporter: what started out as a snicker turned into a phenomenon and then became a badge of honor. >> lionel ritchey's face is all over. >> been there done that all over the place. i'm so excited. >> reporter: he's never quite done this. unknowingly provided a much needed morale boost to soldiers serving half a world away. the son of an army captain ritchey insisted on meeting the men who gave new life to his old song. >> this is incredible. i keep waiting to be punked but it's not happening. how are you? >> pleasure to meet you. >> reporter: they are in the military and they are looking for something for morale for the troops. and they put something together that everyone could identify with. and it was my song. how does that feel? >> being the proud papa of "all night long," it's probably right up there with my kids. >> actually had a soldier trad
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